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Under The Aurora

by Building The Cathedral

Strange synthetic guitar loops and samples creating cinematic sci-fi soundtracks
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Sculpture
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1. Built to last forever
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2. Sanctuary
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3. Mist
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4. Calabria
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5. Oceans of krell
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6. Air Mandela
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7. Aurora
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8. Astronomers Greet the Night
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9. The Language of Ghosts
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10. The Great Machine
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Album Notes
When I was a child my grandma had an old upright piano, I found that if I stood on the peddle and played the two lowest notes on the keyboard, first one and then the other, between those two notes are other sounds resonating in-between and through the gross stuff of the bass notes. That resonance, those sounds could take me to other worlds like no other thing could.
Well that’s what Building The Cathedral Sounds like (only now with more notes)

Beautiful long evolving guitar synth loops and samples with sci-fi flavour.

This, the second project CD extends my work in the area of loops and sample but this time I have created huge developing sounds to live in my cathedral environment.


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Creepy transitions
This kinda reminds me of me in my twlight ambient days...the scapes and fx are covered in crisp clean textures and grooves....Great sounds homez.


Drones of evolving textures
The second album from Building The Cathedral defiantly has a more sci-fi cinematic feel to it.
Drones of evolving textures describing an otherworldly situation some of this is dissonant and aggressive some soul calming.

The many-layered tracks employ orchestral and FX-laden textures and sublimely uplifting harmonies and psychedelic effects to produce its inventive character, great stuff.

Provides an unsettling mood and tension and relaxation with its dark chords and notes

It’s a powerful album that shows off Building The Cathedrals gifts for musical exploration

An amazing journey of otherworldly sounds employing a careful use of space and atmosphere, enjoy.


The music spell is weaving landscapes of heart and soul.
“Under the Aurora”. is not disappointing the sensitive listener! This time Building the Cathedral slowly unveil worlds of the minds eye! I was unable to resist the gentle invitation in and delicate and strange mythical world of sound. Sound or bodiless entities, or is sound in this dimensionless world taking on the properties of light and shade? It is so. Believe your inner voice to listen to the sound characters in this unique and unusual world. Give yourself over it is well worth submitting to the arching canvas that is Building The Cathedral.

I was put in mind the 1950’s Science fiction film “The Forbidden Planet”
The digital looping that pervades this work appears nether cold or stark yet is at the same time (a world very much inhabited by John Foxx compositions Metamatic being the best example)
It is a very touching and romantic approach to electronics. However like the electronic sounds of forbidden Planet the individual loops/beings are following their own life’s path! There is nothing that this music can be compared to- this is drama! Brain Eno’s music for airports comes to mind. But, this is living “calling” life forms from the air and sea. Building The Cathedral? Or the ”Building of entities”
Love the sincerity. We need this music in the human world!